Venture through a landscape that formed in a five-year eruption that recreated this land.
This trailguide tells the story of one of the longest known rift zone eruptions of Kīlauea. The well-marked trail crosses massive lava fields, skirts gaping fissures, and takes you to spectacular features formed by rapidly cooling lava flows.
Author: Randy Ashley and Jay Robinson
Produced by the Interpretive Planning and Media Development branch of Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park
Published: reprinted 6/11